USM Studios Looks at How Mini Breaks at Work are Good for Productivity
A recent study shows that taking mini breaks to that text and play smart phone games at work can increase productivity, despite what conventional wisdom says.
July 11, 2014 --
CORAL SPRINGS, Fla., July 11, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- USM Studios, Inc. examines a study which found that taking micro-breaks to text friends or visit a social media page actually produces a more productive and happier employee. The researchers learned that workers who take short breaks to walk to a break room or stop by a colleague's desk tend to feel less stress return to the task at hand feeling refreshed. The micro breaks to play a smart phone game or update a social status can be good for employee retention because workers are happier at the end of the day, as the experts found. The innovative and award-winning television studio is pleased to present this information later this year in a segment geared toward business management topics.
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